15 hilarious responses to Nicki Minaj’s bizarre warning about the vaccine and swollen testicles
Nothing is funnier than imagining a crying man with giant testicles eating a whole wedding cake by himself
— pixelatedboat aka “mr tweets” (@pixelatedboat) September 13, 2021
This is medical misinformation. His testicles were simply swollen up with urine which is completely healthy and normal as pee is stored in the balls. https://t.co/1O22851vOy
— Michael Fry (@BigDirtyFry) September 13, 2021
it’s amazing how many people get mad at you for simply Raising Questions, such as “what if the vaccine makes your balls inflate like helium balloons and cause you to float away to never be seen again”
— taking a nice walk (@InternetHippo) September 13, 2021
I've thought about it and the funniest thing about the post is the proximity between the "I'll keep doing my research" phrasing and a load-bearing anecdote about a man whose balls became so swollen on account of the mRNA vaccine that he lost his wedding venue deposit.
— David Roth (@david_j_roth) September 13, 2021
I am very tired in advance for all the science journalists who now have to write the "no the vaccine doesn't cause swollen testicles" debunk articles.
— Erin Biba (@erinbiba) September 13, 2021
Imagine getting on Twitter one day and seeing that your friend's super famous cousin just told 23 million people about your balls
— 🦎SwampLizard🦎 (@DiscoTempoJazz) September 13, 2021
If your spouse-to-be leaves you over your balls getting a little swollen, she may not be the “for better or worse, in sickness and in health” type.
Just saying. https://t.co/wCMaMmeAio
— Ana Navarro-Cárdenas (@ananavarro) September 13, 2021
In conclusion –
Please do not get advice on vaccinations from Nicki Minaj.
— Kyle Griffin (@kylegriffin1) September 13, 2021
Obviously, ask Right Said Fred first.
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